By Tracy Wholf
Young adult fiction is one of the most successful categories of book sales for the publishing industry today, and authors who've traditionally wrote for an older crowd have begun to dip their pen in YA ink.
In author Eugene Rogan’s forthcoming book, The Fall of the Ottomans, Rogan writes about a small and relatively unknown prisoner-of-war camp called Halbmondlager, or ‘Half Moon Camp’ that was specifically designed for Muslim captives.
The Arion Press in San Francisco is one of the country’s last fine book printers creating limited edition, handmade books using centuries-old letterpress printing equipment.
By Margaret Myers
Nadine Gordimer, a South African Nobel Prize-winning author who wrote about the oppression in her country during the apartheid era, has died at the age of 90.
The author of one of the world's first bestsellers carved out a distinctive identity for Scotland through his writing, an image that persists 200 years later.
By News Desk
Young adult and children's author Walter Dean Myers has died at age 76.
By PBS NewsHour
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